- Emerging rural and regional policy considerations for Queensland: an overview paper
- Rural economic issues: a background paper
- Sowing the seeds: creating a regional innovation ecosystem in Goondiwindi
- Connectivity and inclusion in Far North Queensland's agricultural communities
- Rural and regional work force policy: the Queensland scene
- Irrigation from the Boyne River: the Value of Improved Water Security
- Place-value and ‘partnership, collaboration and cooperation’-focused development in remote areas
- Varying impacts of Covid-19 across Queensland Regions
- Social and Economic Impacts of Digital Connection in Remote Communities: Central Western Queensland
- Describing, analysing and comparing edible oyster supply chains in Australia
- Can cooperative business models coordinate horizontal and vertical supply chains? A case study in the Australian pineapple industry
- Describing and analysing the Pacific oyster supply chain in Australia
- Consumer demands - seizing the opportunities in the beef industry
- Leveraging digital development in regional and rural Queensland: Policy Discussion Paper
- Supply Chains of the Sheep and Goat Meat Industry
- Examining Innovative Policies to Sustain Environmental Offsets in Rural Communities
- Oct 2021- Making Sense of Markets for Ecosystem Services
- Nov 2021 - Changing rural economies
- Dec 2021 - The future of regional and rural workforce
- Leading economic recovery in regional communities
- An Introduction to Nature Valuation
- Striving for Digital Connectivity
- Production Economics – Modelling production at the enterprise level
- Supply Chains – Analysis from input suppliers through to end markets
- Annual Forum 2021
Drought Innovation Hubs: Tropical North Queensland (TNQ)
Building Drought Resilience
Drought has significant impact on the wellbeing of people and communities across Tropical North Queensland.
Drought affects all industries but particularly Tropical North Queensland agriculture industries including sugar, beef, dairy, vegetable, citrus and tropical fruit.
The Australian Government will contribute $8 million over 4 years through the Future Drought Fund. Hub partners will provide co-contributions of $18.5 million over 4 years.
Through the hub, farmers, Indigenous landholders, communities, researchers and business will come together to co-design approaches and solutions for drought resilience in Tropical North Queensland.
The hub will also input into building critical skills as a key input in building resilience to drought and leveraging new tools, approaches and technology.
Tropical North Queensland Hub Contact: Rachel Hay
0402 289 724